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Review: Until We Touch (Fool’s Gold, Book 15) by Susan Mallery

Review: Until We Touch (Fool's Gold, Book 15) by Susan Malleryby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Jack McGarry is having a talk about Larissa Owens and learns something interesting.  Larissa is relatively new to Fool’s Gold but she loves it there.  They work together in the same office.  The reader should realize early on that this is going to be a book that is hard to put […]

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10 Reasons Football Players Should Do Ballet

10 Reasons Football Players Should Do Balletby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Stefanie London, author of Only the Brave Try Ballet I love books that throw unlikely pairings together. In my debut novel, Only the Brave Try Ballet, I put a former wild-child football player and an ex-professional ballerina together…oh, and I made the footy player take ballet lessons just to make him extra […]

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Get into Bed with Isobel Rey (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Isobel Rey (Author Interview)by Keira G

She’s driven by his desire… It took all of Alexia’s courage to leave her abusive boyfriend and strike out on her own. When she lands a job at a glamorous sports agency, she thinks she finally has it made. But shy, blonde and beautiful, Alexia is totally unprepared for the fast sexual politics of rich […]

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Review: Her Prodigal Passion (Mayhem in Mayfair, Book 4) by Grace Callaway

Review: Her Prodigal Passion (Mayhem in Mayfair, Book 4) by Grace Callawayby Keira G

Hero: Paul Fines would love to reclaim his fortune through prizefighting. He’s good at boxing and thinks he could make it work. But everybody remembers his disgrace through gambling and drinking over the loss of a girl. His family and friends doubt his skill and ability to stay out of trouble… all except Charity, his […]

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Review: Liar, Liar, Hearts on Fire by Jennifer Zane

Review: Liar, Liar, Hearts on Fire by Jennifer Zaneby Cara Lynn

Reviewed by Cara Lynn This was a cute and funny book, with a cast of zany and odd-ball characters, including the owner of an adult bookstore who gives out (needed) advice on lovemaking and a bit of meddling. It has a little more story than some books that exist only to tie in the sex […]

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Review: Thrown by Colette Auclair

Review: Thrown by Colette Auclairby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: No one knows about horse riding like professional horse trainer Amanda Vogel. She has aspirations and the drive to want to win big competitions, even the Olympics, yet she has seen her best friend die in a tragic riding accident, and feels that she can’t go on. Unhappy with her […]

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Review: Real (Real, Book 1) by Katy Evans

Review: Real (Real, Book 1) by Katy Evansby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This book is told in the first person – Brooke is the one telling us her story until we get to the Epilogue. Then it’s Remy who talks to us. But it leaves me wondering if book two — Mine — will start with Remy telling the story. If you love […]

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Review: Learning to Fly (An Uncommon Memoir of Human Flight, Unexpected Love, and one Amazing Dog) by Steph Davis

Review: Learning to Fly  (An Uncommon Memoir of Human Flight, Unexpected Love, and one Amazing Dog) by Steph Davisby Karin

Reviewed by Karin If you ever wanted to know the motivation of one who climbs mountains with and without gear, this book is for you. When Davis’ marriage to a fellow climber disintegrates, after a long time relationship, together and apart, she is left shiftless. Somehow out of the ashes she decides she wants to […]

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